Witness for the defense in Columbia California

         This summer, families and friends can
come together to witness a crime in the streets of Columbia, California, based on a real event that happened
in 1856.

After viewing the scuffle, it will be up to the public to decide among
themselves whether the crime was self-defense or attempted murder. Participants
will be able to subpoena witnesses and a trial will be held to decide the fate
of the attacker.

Join the trial on July 25 or Aug.15, at
10 a.m. to participate in this exciting event. Reservations are recommended as
space is limited and are $15 for groups of up to six people and can be made by
calling (209) 588-9128.

Columbia State Historic Park,
located in Tuolumne County, is designated as a National Historic Landmark
District, and has been preserved to tell the story of the towns which arose
during the California Gold Rush to serve the needs of miners.  California State
Parks has restored and continues to preserve over 30 of the original brick
buildings along the town’s Main
Street

 

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